Gary Climbs Mountains

Journey to climb the seven summits

Meet Gary

St Augustine said, “The world is an open book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” If this true you should consider Gary Ervin well read. 

Gary’s life and adventures have taken him across continents, through deserts, into the wilds of Alaska, and even to the top of the world’s highest mountains. 

His story is both fascinating and motivating, and his love of life is evident at every step along the way.

If you don’t take the time to look back and write it down, you could miss something or at my age, forget it happened.

Final Post: Home

Final post HomeHe that fights and runs away, may turn and fight another day; but he that in battle slain, will never rise to fight again.  Tacitus I am half way home, layover in Qatar, still weak after 8 days without solid food and low energy. I will attack the next

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Post 7

One year ago I reached the summit of Everest a achievement I am very proud of. Today, what started as a 3 week training climb on Island Peak in Nepal has turned into the biggest mountain I ever climbed. I wake this morning in Kathmandu my 8th day in Icu,

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Post 6

Post 6 up and up and hurry down. We move quickly up the valley the long days and in three days we arrive at Chunkung where we meet our climbing sherpa and preparing for Island peak climbing up to 18,000 ft and coming back to the tea house to sleep.

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